It was the last period of a gloomy Tuesday in February. The teacher, a happy, hardworking guy who relished teaching seventh-grade math as much as his students enjoyed learning it from him, let slip an uncharacteristically harsh comment as he flashed through email while students filed into his room.
“Another behavior report,” he cursed softly. “This stuff drives me crazy. It takes so much time and has no effect.”
The Behavior Battle: High- and Low-Tech Solutions